Does the idea of running in one of Ireland's most scenic area appeal to you? Do you enjoy a challenge? Then look no further. The Clifden Lifeboat 10k is the run for you. This unique event is a definite must do, if you are looking for a fun and well organised race with a great atmosphere. So challenge yourself and enter one of Ireland's best 'smaller' running event this year. The event is run in memory of 18 years old Mikey Mullen, who died along with 3 other fishermen when the MVF St Oliver sank off the west coast in 2004. Originaly run in September, it has now been moved to June to take advantage of the better weather conditions. All funds raised go to the Clifden RNLI. So come to the west this June and register for the Clifden Lifeboat 10k, and help support a great cause at the same time. The route was accurately measured by AAI officials, AAI permit applied for. Sponsorship forms are voluntary.
Medals will be given to all finishers. Individuals or teams of 3 people are welcome. Trophies for: First, second and third male/female, 1st male/female Senior, under 50, under 60 and over 60.
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Event details and schedule
Number pick up between between 12.30 and 2pm on the day in the Town hall, Clifden. Race starts at 2pm at the Court House in Clifden.
The race takes place in Clifden, Connemara and participants make their way up the Sky Road in an out and back course, both starting and finishing in Clifden. It is open to all levels of abilities from first timers to professionals and can be walked, jogged or run. Teams are welcome too.
Clifden Lifeboat 10k